Cohen's kappa is a measure of the degree to which 2 raters agree. There is also a test of inter-rater agreement based on kappa. Use [inter-rater] if you are interested in other aspects of IRA, but not this specific measure.

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Sample size needed for Fleiss' Kappa?

A group of raters (about 20) will be watching a series of videos and will be classifying them into 4 categories. I will be running a Fleiss' kappa to measure the agreement. How does one compute for ...
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Limitations of Cohen's kappa for sparse data?

Are there any limitations for using Cohen's kappa with sparse data? I need inter-rater agreement between 2 raters for ~15 items, and the data in the contingency table is quite sparse (0 in some cells, ...
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Is there such a thing as a multidimensional kappa test?

I am involved with designing a new diagnosis method for a routine clinical procedure. I want to compare the agreement between operators to the agreement between methods. Is there such a thing as a ...
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Quadratic weighted kappa versus linear weighted kappa

When should I use quadratic weighted kappa or linear weighted kappa? I have two observers evaluating the classes of a number of objects. The classes are fail, pass1, pass2, and excellent (ordinal ...
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Is there an effect size for Kappa's?

I am staring a project on comparing standard ways of creating a classifier with some heuristic methods. The heuristic methods should result in a faster training for the classifier but should result in ...
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Validity of grand mean intra-rater Kappa or ICC

For 5 raters, I have calculated intra-rater Cohen's Kappa statistics for the test-retest nominal ratings, intra-rater Kendall's tau-b statistics for the test-retest ordinal ratings, and intra-rater ...
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Is it statistically correct and safe to calculate Kappa 2 test means of combinations of 2 against the value of a Fleiss' Kappa?

For my problem I have a group of p participants and s subjects. I was suggested to calculate the Kappa Cohen Test on ...
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What is currently the more accepted Agreement Between Raters Statistics or most referenced paper?

I found a question that is related here, but it doesn't really goes on what I want to know. I found a couple of papers using Kappa Statistic from 2006, and 2010, but afterwards I found other authors ...
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Observer agreement with Cohen's Kappa - is there a way to combine ratings to investigate if one rating impacts the other

I am a medical scientist doing observer agreement analysis on some very simple data using Cohen's Kappa. I have 2 observers. They score a bunch of scans on a 3 point scale for a pattern called ...
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Inter-rater agreement with multiple raters

Compare inter-rater reliability between 8 human experts and a computer I am running a study where I use automated analysis to analyse an EEG signal (brain activity) and quantify certain properties ...
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Inter-rater reliability: Nominal data, but *multiple ratings per unit/subject*, different raters

I have a data set, with each variable taking multiple values on a nominal scale. Separate raters could rate a given unit using more than one value per variable. That is, there are multiple ratings per ...
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Is Fleiss's $\kappa$ as conservative as Cohen's $\kappa$?

I know Cohen's $\kappa$ for inter-rater reliability is often regarded as a conservative estimation--e.g., Strijbos & al. below, who say The higher the number of categories, the smaller the ...
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When should I prefer kappa over accuracy for binary classification problems?

I'm using the caret package in R that provides two kind of metrics for classification problems - accuracy and kappa. When should ...
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How should I interpret the Kappa Fleiss test?

I noticed that when I have tables which the values are only 0 and 1, I get a kappa of 1 when the table is completely full of one, and when I have a table of zeros I get NaN as result using the irr ...
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Agreement statistics for confusion matrix with nominal categories

I have a decision support system that recommends Treatments (T1 to T8) to patients, where ...
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Software to compute p-values and Cohen's kappa for 10 by 10 contingency table?

I have a 10 by 10 contingency table with most of my cells = 0, and my total cell count = 70. Is there a statistical package or online calculator which I can use to obtain p-values and Cohen's kappa?